SdKfz 2 AKA The Kettenkrad
Date introduced: 1939
Ketten is German for “tracks” and krad is the military abbreviation for the German word kraftrad, which means, “motorcycle.” Known to the Allies as “Rabbits,” the Kettenkrads were some of the most intimidating pieces of Nazi weaponry. They were steered like a typical motorcycle, had the tracks of a tank, and were powered by a heavy-hitting 36-horsepower Opel motor.
Primarily used to tow German planes to the runway, transport soldiers, and lay communication cables, the Kettenkrads were never equipped with guns, and thus, never saw real combat.
Though they're about as much of a motorcycle as a Can-Am Spyder, and less than 8,500 were actually built. They’re too badass not to include on our list.